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CE representatives try to learn fate of missing South Ossetians2010-02-27 16:59
Council of Europe representatives will hold a number of meetings in South Ossetia to learn the fate of the missing residents of the region.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Currently the Georgian side is keeping 35 Ossetians, the Ossetian - 12 Georgians - Interfax. Tomas Hammarberg, the CE High Commissioner for Human Rights, and two experts arrived to deal with the problem.
David Sanakoyev, the South Ossetian President's Plenipotentiary for Human Rights, said he planned meeting with guests. Besides, they will be received by relatives of the resident, captured by Georgian authorities.
In the course of the talks the CE representatives intend to receive information on circumstances of the disappearances the relatives can share. The CE representative office in Tbilisi previously stated the actions to release captured from both sides is the primary visit of the High Commisisoner.